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Colour Saffron (100% Pure) (E102) (1kg) Jar

$34

The mouth-watering red tinge on tandoori chicken comes from the gorgeous tandoori red colour. This colour can be used for a variety of other recipes such as marination of  paneer  tikka and soya chaap,  cakes, fondant, ice-creams, marzipan etc.

Ingredient:  E110 (sunset yellow FCF)

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Weight0.04 kg
Dimensions8 × 12 × 1.2 cm
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